Each year colleges and universities across the country recognize the importance of the student work experience during National Student Employment Week. Student employment offers students career-enhancing opportunities, the ability to develop skills relevant in any career, and better preparation for the job market upon graduation. All supervisors are encouraged to take this opportunity during National Student Employment Week to thank their student employees and let them know that they are valued. We have included some tips for recognition.
Student Employment is pleased to announce we are now accepting nominations for Student Employee of the Year! If you have a student employee or Federal Work Study worker who you feel goes above and beyond the call of duty, nominate them now at Student Employee of the Year.
Nominations must be received by close of business on February 9, 2018.
(Pictured from L to R: Dillion Muhly-Alexander, Mackenize Bouch, Provost McConnell, Morgan Prunty and Katie Hoyes. Not pictured: Gina Paugh)
The 3rd Annual National Student Employee of the Year Celebration, honoring student employees contributions in the workplace, was held in the Mountainlair Ballroom on April 13. Dillion Muhly-Alexander, a Student Worker from the ASPIRE Office, was named the 2017 Student Employee of the Year. The other finalists were Mackenzie Bouch from Admissions and Recruitment, Katie Hoyes from the Intensive English Program, Gina Paugh from the Statler College of Engineering & Mineral Resources, and Morgan Prunty from Housing & Residence Life.